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This week’s episode is especially for entrepreneurs who are looking to raise their first round of capital as we speak to Vinit Bhansali from Orios Venture Partners on what makes the perfect pitch deck. Some key topics covered in the episode include: What are the key elements of a pitch? Team, product, business model, long term strategy - what is the investor looking for in 10 min conversation after a conference? How can you make a VC, who gets 200+ pitch decks a week, remember your pitch? Vinit’s personal experience as an entrepreneur and pitching Common biases that VCs have while listening to pitches and what to take note of Vinit also goes on to kindly agree to mentor founders on refining their pitch and can be reached out to via Linkedin at    If you have ideas on what you’d like to listen on the show next, please DM me on Twitter at @RavBhatia
We head to Beijing and meet up with Dr. Dongmin Chen, Dean of School of Innovation at Peking University who works closely with various provincial governments, WIPO and Chinese Academy of Sciences on China’s innovation policies and try to go beyond the noise in western media to have a candid discussion on what is really happening on the ground in China.    In this episode we find out not just how the Chinese government is trying to create an innovation driven economy but also how it is  thinking about it. We also probe whether the common perceptions about Chinese market in western media are true and try to answer If there is a small tech bubble emerging in China. We further discuss how universities engage in commercialisation of technology, the culture of failure and entrepreneurship in China, civil military technology diffusion and much more! Media: Trapped by YouTube Audio & Donald Trump says "China" by Huffpost Entertainment
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